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Bug#378959: debian-installer: needs option to bypass network config dialog

On Monday 24 July 2006 19:36, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> I can name a few people who have a (as in, one) computer, but no
> Internet connection; there is also the case of some DSL authentication
> and/or network protocols that d-i cannot currently handle. Not only
> experts will hit this type of thing, and a CD-based install should Just
> Work there, without trying to reach the network if that is not
> required.

This was an issue with Beta2 but is very much possible again with Beta3.
The installer _will_ by default ask you to configure a network interface 
if it finds one, but you can decline to do so and do an install without 
any network connection.

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